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It's a global key, you put it under "[global]" You can specify multiple users separated by a space. I don't know how to work if a user has a space ...
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    It's a global key, you put it under

    "[global]"

    You can specify multiple users separated by a space. I don't know how to work if a user has a space in their name.

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    I think I had to add "guest ok = yes" under the share.

    Adding "encrypt passwords = false" might also help...

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